The libe ob a cad. Dayeen, dayoud.
Oh no - not the Hated Vet's? Just be sick, Estorbo, on his shoe if you can. Leave a generous mat of hair on his tunic, and try to wee a little on the table. It's ok to be scared, but you still must fight.....
So the coad ees off? Are the globs? Doan forget the poots! Take no preesonhairs!Actually you are probably a casa now.What deed the ved say?? Your devoted fans await the diagnosees...
If you are scared, you are doing very well hiding it from the ved. Waiting on tenterhooks to find out what he said.
Hope you are home from the ved's by now ... did you hurl on his shoe as was suggested? What did the ved say about the leeckeen? I hope you don't have to wear the coad and shirt anymore...
Eeeep is right! I always get sweaty paws at the vet's office. What did he say?
I always give my darlings a squirt of Rescue Remedy before their vet visits. It helps ALL of us have a calmer experience. Well, that and the fact that their vet is wonderful. Sending healing vibes your way, Estorbo.
Tell por favor!
I feel your pain. Hang in there, my good friend ~ Deets
Hermano, it can be tough, but your vet is muy smart;maybe she can fix things so you don't need the hi-viz coat.I hope the Wooman has a sardine for you when you get home.Sporran (cos I've spent more time at Dr. Vet's than anyone!)
Estorbo, I have found a friend. He is black just like you with big yellow eyes. He purrs a lot and will sit on my knee for a LONG time. His name is Amigo and he lives with four other cats in a good-sized, very comfortable room with lots of beds and pillows, kitti-climbing furniture, good food and water. He lives at the Shelter where I have just started volunteering. He is one of my favorites. I have told him about you, but he's not excited about roof tops -- just warm laps.
My Woman just read this comment on the Poupounette's blog, in response to a problem with the dog Tommy licking too much at a small wound:"Mum knows through her time studying to become a vet nurse that there is a topical application you can get that tastes nasty to stop dogs worrying at irritated or painful areas.Most pet shops should stock it, but if not your vet should be able to provide some."
Oh no! Do you need us to come and rescue you?